It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
As a regional association, SNA works to advance the horticultural industry in the southeast by supporting and enhancing educational, commercial and research opportunities; by gathering, analyzing and disseminating information and by providing a marketplace to promote the exchange and sale of nursery stock and other allied products to our members, our SNA Participating State Associations and the industry.
We are researchers, extension specialists, professors, growers, technicians and students collaborating to share experiences and knowledge about high tunnels.
The website was started in 2002 as part of a USDA IFAFS grant project that was awarded to Kansas State University, University of Missouri, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The project collaborators were Lewis Jett, Kimberly Williams, Laurie Hodges, Matt Kleinhenz
The High Tunnel Growers Network is a website and online discussion forum designed to bring together all those who use a high tunnel for production of crops. It is our hope that producers who received funding from the Pennsylvania USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service will use this forum to support each other’s growth in this field. We also welcome input and questions from anyone interested in agriculture, regardless of their familiarity with high tunnels.
This site is designed and supported by the Capital Resource Conservation and Development Council, with funding from the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) draws on a long history of helping people help the land. For more than 80 years, NRCS and its predecessor agencies have worked in close partnerships with farmers and ranchers, local and state governments, and other federal agencies to maintain healthy and productive working landscapes. The NRCS history website seeks to tell the story of this work. Below, it links to publications on a broad array of topics, significant original documents, and galleries of photos that document soil and water conservation in the United States.
The club uses the teaching greenhouse (greenhouse #12) to grow plants that they then use for fundraising. The funds they generate, provide opportunities for the members to engage in educational opportunities at home and abroad.
The mission and objectives of the club are: (a) to foster a spirit of friendship between students mutually interested in plants, horticulture, and related areas; (b) to provide a supportive environment where students can learn and work with plants; (c) to provide opportunities for students to broaden personal and interpersonal perspectives through travel and other club supported activities